Women's League-2020


Two member Women’s team that is a match play WEDNESDAY NIGHT league with a 10-week season. Women’s tees are red. Discounted food and drink available at the bar after the match.

League Commissioner

Dennis Raver


Entrance fee: $35/person ($70/team) Greens Fees: $12.00/person Cart Fees: $8.00/person. Any single player without a teammate will be randomly matched to other singles to form a team.


Shotgun start at 5:30 p.m. each night, beginning April 15, 2020. Some tees may have two groups depending on how many teams sign up. Time maybe be adjusted to compensate for weather or daylight.


The cash prizes will be distributed in the following manner:

  • First place team 60% of all entrance fees paid in
  • Second place team 25% of all entrance fees paid in
  • Third place team 15% of all entrance fees paid in

Playing Rules

1. All PGA rules will be observed.
2. The maximum score on a hole is double par.


The max handicap is 20. Handicap will be calculated after 4 rounds of play. One high score and one low score will be dropped, and the average of the other two scores will be used in determining your handicap for the season.


You may have a sub fill in for you! If you do not show up you and have no sub, you will receive NO POINTS. Your opponent will receive an extra two strokes to their handicap for having to play against the course.


Any skins games between teams or players are separate from the league and are between the players and/or teams themselves.


The league will be scored as Team Match Play. One point will be awarded for each hole won for a total of 9 points, while one additional point will be awarded for the most holes won, and one point will be awarded for the low net of each team member’s match. Net score is determined by taking your gross score and subtracting your Handicap.

Score Keeping

Score cards will be prepared in advance by River Downs each week. If a substitute is used, it is the responsibility of the golfers to adjust the card. After play, the cards must be turned into the Pro Shop. It is the golfers responsibility to total score cards. The league commissioner will double check scoring and handicaps.

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